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Ireland’s Wars: The Civil War That Wasn’t

Much of the political wrangling around Home Rule in the summer of 1914 was about whether Ulster would be part of the process at all. Early on and at different stages of the legislative process, opposition figures, and even supporters, … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Wars: Redmond’s Volunteer Takeover

Between the unreliability of the British military when it came to upholding the law, and the gun-running’s that had increased the armed potential of the Ulster and Irish Volunteers, things appeared to be disintegrating fast in Ireland in the summer … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Remembrance: The Third Home Rule Bill

The centenary of the introduction of the Government of Ireland Act, better known in Irish history as the Third Home Rule Bill, has passed without a great deal of notice in the Irish community, even though it essentially marks the … Continue reading

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